With the recent increase in crime in Philadelphia, CBS News looked at the neighborhoods that are most prone to crime.
The map below shows the number of crime reports in each neighborhood, along with the number that were filed in the past 30 days.
The neighborhoods with the highest number of crimes per 100,000 residents are highlighted in red.
This crime map shows the places with the most reported crimes per capita.
It also shows the areas that are home to the most people living in those neighborhoods.
The crime map is a compilation of data compiled by the Philadelphia Police Department.
It was created using data from the Philadelphia Crime Statistics.
Philadelphia’s crime map does not take into account race or ethnicity.
The Philadelphia Police report a number of different crime types including aggravated assaults, shootings, assaults with a deadly weapon, burglaries, car thefts and robberies.
In some areas, such as in the western part of the city, crimes that are reported to the police may be very different from the crime reported to local law enforcement.
For example, it is not uncommon for a crime report to contain a description of the offender, but police do not typically have the ability to locate that person.
In this case, the offender is not included.
In the Philadelphia crime map, the red neighborhoods are defined as the ones that have reported more than 30 crimes per 1,000 people in the last 30 days and the blue neighborhoods are those that have not reported a single crime in the previous 30 days (and therefore have not been included).
This crime graph is broken down by the city and county, and includes information from the Pennsylvania State Police and the Philadelphia City Paper.
The first column shows the crime rate per 100 people in each of the five boroughs.
The second column shows a summary of the crimes in each borough.
The third column shows crime data for the entire city, the last column is a list of the crime categories that are considered as part of each crime category.